Youth Worker (Vocational and Participation)

We have an exciting opportunity for a  youth worker to join our team. ESTEEM has experienced significant growth over the past five years. This role builds on previous work completed by our former Mentoring and Vocational Youth Work Coordinator to ensure that young adults are supported with their vocational and skills development and engagement within the organisation.

This role will involve 1:1 meetings using tools to identify key support areas and offering encouragement to access and/or maintain young adults’ involvement with skills development, work experience, and participation programs inside and outside of the organisation.

In particular, you will support “The ESTEEM team”, a participatory group of young adults who meet twice weekly to help run the organisation. The ESTEEM team’s activities are decided by young adults in the group. Regular activities include, making and contributing to important organisational decisions, taking on tasks to keep the building operating, and creating and delivering their own projects, such as the recent battles and biscuits inter-generational sessions.

Job Description and Person Specification

 

Role: Youth Worker (Vocational and Participation)

Hours: 30 hours per week

Pay: £25,300 (FTE) (Pro-rata £20,200 actual gross)

Based at: ESTEEM office, Old School House, Shoreham-by-sea, with some options for flexible/ hybrid working. It is expected that the majority of your time will be in person as this is a role working directly with young adults

Deadline: Sunday 10th March 2024 at Midnight

Interview Date: Friday 22nd March 2024

How to apply: Please download and complete this Application Form and email it to hr@esteem.org.uk along with your CV.

Please let us know if you would prefer to submit your application in another way, such as a video presentation.

If you would like an informal discussion about the role or have any questions, please email emma.edwards@esteem.org.uk


Mentoring Coordinator

We have an exciting opportunity for a Mentoring Coordinator to join our team. ESTEEM has experienced significant growth over the past five years. This role builds on previous work completed by our former Mentoring and Vocational Youth Work Coordinator to continue and grow our mentoring offer for the organisation.

ESTEEM provides long-term mentoring opportunities, matching and training community members to meet with young adults aged 14 – 26. Mentoring is integral to ESTEEM’s holistic strengths-based approach to supporting young adults. The Mentoring program has been an essential link between ESTEEM members and the wider community and provides vital space for young adults to talk with a trusted adult and work towards their goals.

Job Description and person Specification

 

 

 

Role: Mentoring Coordinator

Hours: 30 hours per week

Pay £27,500 (FTE) (Pro-rata £22,000 actual)

Based at: ESTEEM office, Old School House, Shoreham-by-sea, with some options for flexible/ hybrid working

Deadline: Sunday 3rd March 2024 at Midnight

Interview Date: Friday 15th March 2024

How to apply: Please download and complete this Application Form and email it to hr@esteem.org.uk along with your CV.

Please let us know if you would prefer to submit your application in another way, such as a video presentation.

If you would like an informal discussion about the role or have any questions, please email emma.edwards@esteem.org.uk


Counselling Manager

We have an exciting opportunity for a Counselling Manager to join our team.

ESTEEM has experienced significant growth over the past five years. This role builds on previous work completed by our former Wellbeing Manager to create a thriving counselling offer for the organisation.

ESTEEM offers free counselling (up to 24 sessions) for young adults aged 14 – 26, which is integral to ESTEEM’s holistic strengths-based approach to supporting young adults. Managing ESTEEM’s counselling service consisting of a team of 4-6 freelance counsellors and two clinical supervisors. This role aims to coordinate, manage and lead a safe, professional and accessible counselling service.

Job Description and person Specification

 

 

 

Role: Counselling Manager

Hours: 20 hours per week

Pay £33,000 (FTE) (Pro-rata £17,600 actual gross)

Based at: ESTEEM office, Old School House, Shoreham-by-sea, with options for flexible/ hybrid working

Deadline:  Sunday 25th February 2024 (Midnight)

Interview Date: Friday 8th March 2024

How to apply: Please complete this Application Form and email it to hr@esteem.org.uk along with your CV.

Please let us know if you would prefer to submit your application in another way, such as a video presentation.

If you would like an informal discussion about the role or have any questions, please email mona.sorensen@esteem.org.uk

 


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Chief Executive Officer - Sussex Prisoners’ Families

As the co-founder and CEO moves into retirement, we are looking for a leader to drive the charity forward to new growth, by increasing our impact and mobilising the participation of families, including children, young people and people in prison and probation and scaling our service model to meet the increasing demand for our services from families and stakeholders.

We are a small passionate team, whose values are embedded in our caring and warm relationships with the families we serve, with our partners and stakeholders, with our funders and with each other.

We are looking for someone who will fit into our culture of relationships built on compassion, integrity and wellbeing. Someone who brings imagination and creativity to consolidating and growing the charity. Someone who is open to learning from our beneficiaries, staff, volunteers, partners and trustees. Someone who has the skills to develop our income portfolio, including fundraising from grants sources and emerging partnerships. Someone who is cheerful about doing the boring day to day stuff that keeps a small charity functioning.

You will be joining an organisation with a passionate team, a skilful and committed board of trustees, three years funding from the National Lottery and other financial commitments giving two-year funding security and new partnership opportunities with statutory and community services.

We welcome applications from people wanting a first step into a Chief Executive Officer role and applications from people with lived experience.

The deadline for applying to this role is 11th February.

For a job pack and/or a preliminary informal discussion about the role, contact Denis Byrne (CEO) at denis@sussexprisonersfamilies.org.uk.

How to apply: Please send your CV and a letter of application telling us about yourself and why you are suitable for the role.

If your application is successful there will follow two interview panels with staff and trustees.

SPF Staff Interview Panel (Week commending 19th February).

SPF Board Interview Panel (Week commencing 4th March)

Location: SPF supports flexible working including working from home and we have offices in Brighton and Littlehampton.

Rate of pay: £42,305 Full Time Equivalent: 22.5 hours per week which can be applied across the week (with occasional weekend and evening work). Funding permitting these hours can be increased.

This a fixed term contract until 30th September 2025 with an extension dependent upon funding.


Service Manager - Bramber Bakehouse

We are looking for a Service Manager to lead, manage and develop delivery of services to women across Sussex who’ve experienced gender-based violence, abuse, exploitation and/or displacement. This is a new, important and exciting role, at a time of growth, to develop and positively impact organisational development and the services we offer to women in need.

Apply here – https://bramberbakehouse.co.uk/job-application/

 

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Location: Hybrid Working
Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 FTE, depending on experience
Hours: Full Time, 35 hours (open to flexibility for the right candidate)
Deadline for applications: Friday 9th February 2024


Inclusion Youth Worker - Electric Storm Youth

This role is to help ensure all sessions are inclusive to all groups. This worker will help with the delivery of the LGBT+ sessions and will also work to support neurodiverse young people at sessions and to help inform any adaptations to provisions that can be made to aid this (e.g., quiet spaces, any general staff training requirements). Training will be provided for this role.

Main responsibilities include:

  • To help oversee, develop and deliver our varied programme of activities that enable young people to develop holistically using informal and formal youth work approaches in line with the National Benchmark Standards and National Occupational Standards. You will specifically oversee these with an eye to ensuring inclusivity and that the needs of neurodiverse young people are met in all our provisions. Youth work activities include youth sessions, Youth Forum, Young Carers [delivered in conjunction with local secondary Academy], detached youth work, LGBT+ and allies work, and mental health support.

 

  • To have clear aims and outcomes when planning programmes and to undertake regular assessment and evaluation. This will include a range of activities such as residentials, focus groups, one-to-one sessions, club sessions and offsite activities that take place in the evenings, weekends and school holiday weeks.

 

  • A minimum average of 50% face-to-face youth work per week to be delivered flexibly throughout the year excepting times of annual leave. You would be expected to cover youth team annual leave and required to plan the sessions within their stated aims and objectives and utilise existing volunteer staff as well.

 

  • To initiate, develop and maintain positive relationships with young people in order to identify key issues relevant to them, and to support them in gaining accredited and/or recorded outcomes.

Position: Inclusion Youth Worker

Location: Various locations in Lancing and Sompting

Hours: 16-20 hours per week (This post involves some evening and weekend work)

Salary: £26,110 (pro rata) Actual pay £11,140 – £13,925 depending on hours

Closing Date: 28th February 2024 at 5pm

For more details please see:
https://www.electricstormyouth.co.uk/jobs


Depaul - Part time Family Worker and Mediator covering Adur & Worthing

We have an exciting opportunity for a driven Family and Support Worker to join us in a fixed term contract on a part-time basis (22.5 hours) at our new service in Adur and Worthing.

The suitable candidate will be responsible for the development of this new Reconnect services in Adur & Worthing. This service delivers great impact in the community by offering support and mediation to young people and their families to improve communication, overcome conflict and strengthen relationships to reduce the risk of family relationship breakdown and the main cause of youth homelessness.

In this role, you will also be responsible for ensuring effective and safe management of the service, and work with the wider national prevention team to develop our services and approach.

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Hours: Fixed term contract on a part-time basis (22.5 hours)

Salary: 25,478.00 Per Annum (Pro Rata) Plus Pension

Location: Adur and Worthing

Application deadline: Tuesday 27th February 2024 at 23:59.

Please contact the DePaul Recruitment team on recruitment@depaulcharity.org.uk or 0207 939 1270 for ALL enquiries regarding this role.


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